Reference : A Step Beyond to Overcome Design Fixation: A Design-by-Analogy Approach
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A Step Beyond to Overcome Design Fixation: A Design-by-Analogy Approach
Moreno Grandas, Diana Paola mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC) > Engineering Research Unit > ; Massachusetts Institute of Technology - MIT]
Yang, Maria C. mailto [Massachusetts Institute of Technology - MIT]
Hernandez, Alberto A. mailto [Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey - ITESM]
Linsey, Julie S. mailto [Georgia Institute of Technology > George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering]
Wood, Kristin L. mailto [Singapore University of Technology and Design - SUTD > Engineering & Product Development (EPD), SUTD-MIT International Design Centre (IDC)]
Design Computing and Cognition’14
Gero, John
Hanna, Sean
Fifth International Conference on Design Computing and Cognition DCC14
From 23-06-2014 to 25-06-2014
[en] Design fixation is a phenomenon that negatively impacts design outcomes,
especially when it occurs during the ideation stage of a design process.
This study expands our understanding of design fixation by presenting a
review of de-fixation approaches, as well as metrics employed to understand
and account for design fixation. The study then explores the relevant
ideation approach of Design-by-Analogy (DbA) to overcome design fixation,
with a fixation experiment of 73 knowledge-domain experts. The
study provides a design fixation framework and constitutes a genuine contribution
to effectively identify approaches to mitigate design fixation in a
wide range of design problems.

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